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16 Jun
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has announced plans to drive Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development in the country.
6 Dec 2020
President Muhammad Buhari has said the Federal Government is reviewing the nation’s investment policy to promote investments that align with the country’s economic development objectives. Buhari stated this at the opening ceremony of the Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF), organised by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), and that his government has also…
7 Nov 2018
In a bid to improve its investments in Nigeria, no fewer than 30 Japanese companies are seeking new linkages and partnerships with operators in the nation’s real sector at the this year’s Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF). According to Japanese exhibitors, such linkages will help address the dwindling trade relations between Nigeria and Japan as…
25 Oct 2018
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) has stated that more Japanese investors have announced plans to increase their participation at the Lagos...
10 Oct 2018
As the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) finalises plans for this year’s edition of the Lagos International Trade Fair (LITF), the organisers of the fair have stated that over 500,00 visitors and 2000 exhibitors are expected at the fair this year. Besides, the chamber noted that the various reforms it embarked upon would…
29 Aug 2018
With the various reforms it embarked upon, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has stated that this year’s edition of the Lagos International Trade Fair...
14 Nov 2017
Beneficiaries of the Lagos State Employments Trust Fund (LSETF) loan scheme programme have commended the state government for supporting the Micro Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMEs).
14 Nov 2017
In spite of the seemingly rosy economic and business relations that exist between Nigeria and Ghana, the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Ghana, Carlos Ahenkora, has decried...
9 Nov 2016
With access to foreign exchange for business operations becoming limited due to lower price of natural gas and declining trade, Japanese firms under the aegis of Japan External Trade ...

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